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Fiji Tree Frog, Platymantis vitiensis
2013-07-19 15:06:54

Fiji Tree Frog (Platymantis vitiensis) is a species of frog belonging to the Ranidae family. It is one of two native frogs in Fiji, the other being the closely related Fiji Ground Frog, Platymantis vitianus. It is the only true frog to go through direct development in the egg, without a larval stage. The Fiji Tree Frog flourishes in tropical or subtropical moist lowland forests, rivers, pastureland, plantations, rural gardens, and secondary regrowth forest habitats, on the largest islands...

Fiji Ground Frog, Platymantis vitianus
2013-07-19 11:44:25

The Fiji Ground Frog (Platymantis vitianus) known also as the Fijian Ground Frog, is a species of frog belonging to the Ranidae family. It is native to Fiji. This frog is located on four larger islands and a small island. The species maintains populations throughout the forested portions of these islands. Its natural habitats include tropical or subtropical moist lowland forests, plantations, rural gardens, and secondary/regrowth forest. It can be found in grassland also, along...

Pajama Cardinalfish, Sphaeramia nematoptera
2009-06-19 12:35:41

The Pajama Cardinalfish (Sphaeramia nematoptera) is a fish that belongs to the Apogonidae family. These fish are a popular aquarium fish. The Pajama Cardinalfish can grow to be a length of 3 inches. The fish has red eyes and broad, dark, vertical "waistband" that is sprinkled with red spots that leads toward the tail. This fish has low vulnerability. Pajama Cardinalfish circulate throughout much of the West Pacific, from Jave to Fiji and from south of the Ryukyu Islands to the Great...

2007-04-18 14:19:30

The Fiji Banded Iguana, Brachylophus fasciatus, is found in Fiji, Tonga and other pacific islands. It is believed to have evolved from the Green Iguana from the Americas. Male banded iguanas are emerald green with light bluish bands. Females are solid green with occasional spots. Both have red-orange eyes and yellow nostrils. It is endangered due to habitat loss and the introduction of predators.

2007-02-21 18:17:03

The Titan triggerfish, Balistoides viridescens, is the largest of the triggerfish species and can grow up to 2.46 ft (75 cm) in length. Their range includes reef areas in the Indo-Pacific region, including Australia, Fiji, Thailand, Indonesia and the Maldives. The fish is not a pelagic species and generally lives in the flat areas of the reef. Characteristics Titan triggerfish are the workers of the reef and often surrounded by other fish feeding from the leftovers. Titan triggerfish...

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